The following select ancillary fees go to your Student Union and help support programming and resources to enhance your time here. Choosing to opt out of these fees may impact some of the supports and services we provide you on campus.
The deadline to opt-out of select ancillary fees for the winter term is Friday, January 17, 2020.
|Name||Description||Cost per term|
|*Student Association Transition Fee||Provides funding to support initiatives that occur during the first two weeks of each term. The initiatives may vary from welcome packages to events and activities based on available funding each term.||2.50|
|*Student Association Student Experience||This fee provides support to the Frost Student Association in facilitating student activities. The activities may vary depending on student interest. Activities include guest speakers, complimentary lunches, workshops, athletic activities and social events.||17.39|
|*Student Association Pub||Supports the operational costs of the Auk’s Lodge pub. This fee relates directly to student employment opportunities and hours of operation.||9.32|
|*Student Association Governance||Supports the Frost Student Association Board of Directors that is comprised of student leaders who provide information and services to students and additionally act as a liaison between students and college administration. Services include but not limited to the administration of the transit bus, good food box, emergency food cupboard, health plan, clubs and program presidents.||25.24|
|*Alumni Fee||The alumni fee provides a lifetime of alumni benefits including professional development, networking opportunities and access to alumni discounts and services.||14.61|
The following ancillary fees are mandatory and must be paid by your tuition deadline.
|Name||Description||Cost per term|
|Student Building Fee||Supports the capital construction of the Fleming Sports Complex. All funds are applied against the loan required to complete this construction.||40.66|
|Student Athletic Fee||The Athletic and Recreation Fee provides programming including varsity and intramural programs, recreational and special event programming, purchase and maintenance of athletic and recreational equipment and operating supplies, transportation in support of programming. This fee also provides support for recreational activities to foster engagement and development of healthy minds and bodies.||66.30|
|Student Activity Fee||To be posted||57.71|
|Student Achievement & Records||Provides for convocation ceremonies and receptions and the production and issuing of diplomas, certificates and transcripts.||11.55|
|Lindsay Transit Fee||Supports the operating costs of contracted transportation service between Lindsay and Peterborough. The service schedule can be found here.||45.84|
|Lindsay Recreation Complex Fee||It provides students with access to a local fitness centre. For more information click here.||65.00|
|Information Technology Fee||This fee is used to support student-focused IT services including by not limited to the student portal, WiFi, high-speed internet access and service desk support.||99.81|
|Health Plan||The Health Plan fee provides the student with health insurance while in college including prescription, dental vision and extended health coverage. Students may opt out of this fee with proof of coverage. Details can be found here.||280.00|
|Health & Counselling||Health services provide on-site nursing by a Registered Nurse who supports physician clinics on-campus, health education and promotion and referrals to specialists and community agencies. Counselling services offers mental health supports through on-line self-serve resources, walk-in appointments, psycho-educational groups and workshops, and short term supportive counselling. Mental Health awareness events provide a contribution to a reduction in student waitlists for mental health counselling.||61.91|
|Frost Recreation Building Fund||It provides students with access to a local fitness center. For more information click here.||15.00|
|Career Services||This service provides assistance with career planning and job search skills, access to valuable on-line resources, as well as connecting students with work opportunities on and off-campus through the online job board.||13.43|
|Academic Supports||Provides services such as tutoring and development of academic skills through small groups, on-on-one or on a drop-in basis. Academic transition and integration support services including academic orientation sessions and activities each term, peer supports, co-curricular learning and communications, and guidance through the appeals process.||26.66|